On this page, you'll find information about where you can meet us in your region, what you need to do to apply for a course with us and contact details for our people in your area.
Entry requirements for students from Greece
If you're joining us from Greece, the entry requirements you need to meet will depend on the course you want to study.
We consider all applications we receive. However, to make sure you get the most out of your time studying with us and have the best chance of applying successfully, we recommend the following minimum qualifications:
If you've completed the Apolytirion of Lykeion with a score of 16 or above out of 20, we'll consider you for admission onto an undergraduate course such as a Bachelor's degree. You must have studied relevant subjects and achieved strong grades.
If you haven't completed the Apolytirion of Lykeion, you can apply with:
If you've completed the Network Foundation with a score of 60% or higher, we'll consider you for admission onto an undergraduate course. You must have studied relevant subjects and achieved strong grades.
- Please check your specific course page to find the exact number of points needed. Your A level grades should equal or exceed the total points required. You can use the UCAS Tariff Calculator to work out your total points.
- Some courses will require you to have studied specific subjects at A level. For example, to study a science course you will usually need to have achieved passing grades in scientific subjects at A level.
- A level points: A* = 56 A = 48 B = 40 C = 32 D = 24.
- Most courses will require between 24 and 31 points in the International Baccalaureate (IB), depending on the degree you apply for.
You may be able to join an undergraduate course with other qualifications. We do consider qualifications from a range of sources. Contact us to find out more.
For entry to our postgraduate Master's programmes, you'll usually need to have a Ptychio/Bachelor's degree with a score of at least 6-7 out of 10 from a recognised Higher Education institution.
If you don't meet the postgraduate entry requirements, you can do a pre-Master's programme at International College Portsmouth (ICP) for many of our courses.
DOATAP is the organisation responsible for the recognition of University or technological degrees that are granted by Higher Education institutions overseas. DOATAP recognises the University of Portsmouth.
We'll consider you for a PhD if you have a good Master’s degree and submit a research proposal.
English language requirements
When you join us, it’s important that you can speak and understand English to the level that your course requires. The specific English language requirements will be on your chosen course page.We accept IELTS, IGCSE and several other certificates, but don’t worry if you're currently short of the standard required – we offer English Language Programmes that will get you to the necessary level.
What to do next
Our Global Officers are experts in helping students from Greece, like you, to apply to join us. Whatever you want to know, just ask.
Fees and Funding
As an EU student, if you have achieved a first class honours degree and accept an offer on a Master's course before 28 June 2019, you could get £3,000 off your course tuition fee with our Master's Scholarship for new students.
You can find more information about our fees and funding options on our funding page.
Representatives and agents
If you want to learn more about studying with us or you want help with your application, contact one of our official representatives in Greece:
B.S. College Of Athens
84 Vas Sofias Avenue
4 A. Metaxa Street
Network Educational Services
18 P.Mela Str & Tsimiski